byGordon, Thomas, d. 1750; Yorke, Charles, 1722-1770. Some considerations on the law of forfeiture, for high treason. Occasioned by a clause, in the late act, for making it treason to correspond with the Pretender's sons ..
Authorship: Mansell Topics: Treason, Inheritance and succession
byUpper Canada. Legislature. House of Assembly. Committee upon the petition of the Welland Canal Company; Sampson, J. H; Dalton, Thomas, 1782-1840; Yates, J. B. (John Barentse), 1784-1836; Wright, Benjamin, engineer
A description of its soil, climate, products, area, agricultural capabilities and timber and mineral resources, together with information pertaining to free grants and homesteads, and to mining. Comp. by Frank Yeigh, by direction of A.S. Hardy Topic: Land settlement
"Ojibway published by the York Auxiliary Bible Society, in York, U.C., (now Toronto, Ont.) A.D. 1831, corrected for this edition; King James, published at London, England, A.D. 1611, translated out of the original tongues, with former translations deligently compared and revised. Also, at the end of Gospel, a short historic sketch of English Scripture translations." Translators of Ojibway version: John and Peter Jones
Being five letters by Hon. James Young, in opposition to commercial union (as proposed) and imperial federation, and pointing out what the writer believes to be the true future of Canada as a part of North America. Cover-title Topic: Free trade